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Table of Contents:VOL. 161, NO. 3 - March 01, 2010
Cover story
The future of reading
The future of reading
Tablets? Smartphones? Netbooks? They could all save newspapers, books, and magazines - or destroy them. Or both. Plus: What five media and tech luminaries think. By Josh Quittner 
Behind the campaign finance dustup
The Supreme Court ruling that corporations and individuals have identical First Amendment rights exposes an ideological rift among the justices that goes beyond political donations. By Roger Parloff 
My life as a cosmonaut
Investor Esther Dyson has gone where few Americans have gone before: Russian space camp! Her first-person account. 
Alan Greenspan answers his critics
The former Fed chief has been the "designated goat" for the country's financial woes. Now the Maestro fights back. By Geoff Colvin 
New! The all-electric car for the masses
With the first zero-emissions car for the general market, Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn hopes to leapfrog the hybrids. But the batterypowered Leaf isn't all that cheap, and it doesn't go all that far. Will drivers buy it? By Alex Taylor III 
Tuna, very rare
Decades of overfishing have resulted in the Atlantic bluefin tuna being considered for the endangered-species list. By Beth Kowitt 
CEOs get physical
Universal health care? Try the corner office. By Jena McGregor 
Tough times at Office Depot
Office Depot CEO Steve Odland is fighting a recession -- and allegations from exemployees, attorneys general, and the SEC. By Suzanne Kapner 
Second acts
Petra Cooper: from president of an educational publisher to founder and CEO of an artisanal cheesemaker. By Jena McGregor 
Is gold headed for a fall?
Star fund manager Mark Johnson argues that the metal will stay precious. By Katie Benner 
Emerging markets at home
Stocks in countries like China have become pricey. But some Western companies offer a cheap way to profit from newer economies. By Scott Cendrowski 
Making Detroit high tech
A business incubator in Detroit wants to launch hundreds of tech companies - and help transform the Motor City's economy. By Michael V. Copeland 
Brainstorm Green
One cool skyscraper. By Brian Dumaine 
Meet the Disney fire department
Those fiery effects in Armageddon and Pirates of the Caribbean? Thank Disney's flame fighters. By Beth Kowitt 
Cleveland Clinic's Delos Cosgrove
What fans of healthcare reform can learn from the famous hospital's CEO. Interview by Geoff Colvin 
Special Report
Inside the crisis at AIG
Anastasia Kelly, the insurance giant's former chief lawyer, talks to Fortune's Carol Loomis about the company's $180 billion bailout, death threats, and why she left amid the controversy over executive pay. 
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